Architecture en tant qu’élément de culture IT

Architecture en tant qu’élément de culture IT

J’étais à devops REX 2019 l’automne dernier. Et comme je n’aime pas spécialement la “sécurité” j’ai suivi la track DevSecOps car j’étais là pour apprendre ;) — [Début] Pourquoi mettre en avant la sécurité dans le DevOps ? Pourquoi parler de DevSecOps ? DevOps c’est bien sûr automatiser tout ce qu’on peut sans trop d’effort […] more…
TOGAF spirit

TOGAF spirit

Sustainability I discovered TOGAF some times ago, and it has sounded to me as a revelation: a new insight on how to build and maintain a sustainable Information Systems (IS). Sustainable here means a way to survive with minimal effort. Wait… I’m not saying that TOGAF brings off-the-shelf solutions, I dare even say that it doesn’t […] more…
TOGAF & Application Downsizing

TOGAF & Application Downsizing

Context Based on one of my past missions, a short story about how business side may see IT side and how TOGAF envision may help about that. Let’s name my customer Company. Company has launched a program to reduce IT operational costs and move toward open standards. One key step is to downsize a huge […] more…
TOGAF & Software Architecture

TOGAF & Software Architecture

Edited on 13/12/5 I recently obtained the TOGAF Foundation Certification. That’s nice to be successful at first time with a certification exam, my first exam since at least 25 years! I’ll talk about TOGAF in other posts but, you know, when you just learned something new and discovered a new part of the world you […] more…
Surviving legacy code

Surviving legacy code

Reblogged from Learning by Shipping: “Surviving legacy code” Very interesting reading from a “high-level developer” viewpoint on how to improve legacy code. I’d say that automated refactoring or re-architecture, using MDE approaches, is a variant of the “Rewrite underneath” option also including some code removal. Hopefully a cheaper and faster one. But that doesn’t change […] more…
Get rid of Pacbase (and CASE tools) #1

Get rid of Pacbase (and CASE tools) #1

First of all, the views expressed here are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of my past, current and future employers. Situation: A Company uses a CASE tool (Computer Aided Software Environment) to develop and maintain part of its application portfolio. For some reasons, the company wants to get rid of this CASE tool. One […] more…
MDE shuffled again

MDE shuffled again

Some background (click to show) [show][hide] Almost nine months after my last post on this blog. What happened? I got a baby! She’s ten months old now and she has taken a big place in my “spare life”. Also I started others blogs. So, I take this long break as an opportunity to think again […] more…
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